Reza Abedini, is a world renowned Iranian designer and a professor of graphic design and visual culture at Tehran University.

Abedini is one of the most famous graphics designer in Iran because of his modern Persian typography. He combined modern and traditional themes in his unique style.

Reza Abedini has won dozens of national and international design awards. In 2006 Abedini received the Principal Prince Claus Award in recognition of his personal creativity in the production of special graphic designs, as well as for the personal manner in which he applies and redefines the knowledge and accomplishments of Iran’s artistic heritage, thus making them highly interesting. The award also focuses attention on the diversity of both the historical and the modern Iranian culture, recognizing the impact of graphic design as an influential international means of communication.

He is a member of the Iranian Graphic Designers Society (IGDS) since 1997, and the prestigious Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI) since 2001. Abedini was a member of jury at several biennials throughout the world. His name is listed in Meggs’ History of Graphic Design, as one of the world’s outstanding post digital designers.



Reza in Lebanon:  A mix of jazz (Ibrahim Maalouf), pop (Kadim al Sahir, George Benson), classical Arabic music (Sabah the Musical, Farida and the Iraqi Maqam Ensemble) and a not-to-be missed dance performance (Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui) comprises Beiteddine Art Festival’s eclectic 2011 program. Next to the stage, Beittedine invited accomplished Iranian graphic designer Reza Abedini to show his work in Lebanon for the first time and these are some of his work displayed @ beiteddine:

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